The Caddo Herald
May 24, 1929
Mrs. Laura Winfrey was in Durant Sunday.
Dr. C. D. Dale was home from Atoka Sunday.
E. O. VanMeter was a Durant visitor Thursday.
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Parsons were in Durant Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lake Brewer went to Dallas Wednesday.
Charles Dale of Seminole visited homefolks Sunday.
Amos K. Bass was here from Durant Tuesday on business.
Mrs. W. L. Guthrie was in Durant Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davison were in Durant Tuesday night.
Eric Holm and Ted Richey were visiting in Durant Sunday.
Misses Clyde Blanks and Nella Bilbo were in Durant Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mason visited friends in Sherman Sunday.
Mrs. C. D. Dale and Mrs. J. C. Hogan were Durant visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Story were up from Durant Sunday afternoon.
Eric Holm has returned from a two weeks vacation spent in Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Chiles visited relatives in Denison last Sunday.
Willie Taylor came home Friday, his school near Atoka having closed.
Miss Mae Ware is home from Atoka where she taught school last term.
Mrs. Carter McCalman has returned from a visit to her parents at Atoka.
Mrs. H. F. Bass and daughter, Frances Mae, were Durant visitors Tuesday.
W. W. Boone was a Sherman visitor Sunday and went to Konawa Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gross were in Durant Monday night to see Al Jolson.
See the $15 Percolator-Toaster to be given away by Ben Franklin Store at Durant Saturday, May 25th.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crutchfield were up from Durant Sunday visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wood and children were Durant visitors Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Boland and family were Durant visitors Wednesday night.
Carol Franks of Seminole spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Franks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davison and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wood were in Durant Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wood and Mrs. Frankie Izard visited in Tishomingo Tuesday.
Misses Bebe and Harriettt Ray Chiles are spending the week with relatives in Dallas.
Mrs. Eddington of Paris, Texas, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. D. Thompson.
Miss Mildred Guthrie and Miss Lucille Grassham were Durant visitors yesterday.
Miss Valentine Moon has returned home after teaching school near Coalgate the past term.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Moran arrived Sunday from Altus to spend several days with old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Alair left Wednesday for Norman where they will attend school this summer.
Miss Ruth Haygood has returned to her home in Stillwell after teaching school in Caddo the past term.
Mrs. Hugh Huddleston has returned from Shawnee where she visited her sister, Mrs. Wayne Braudrick.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith and children were up from Durant Sunday visiting the family of S. L. Shofner.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Turner of Tyler, Texas were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davison the first of the week.
$15 Electric Percolator-Toaster given away Saturday, May 25, at Durant. Ben Franklin Store
Mrs. Roy Downing, Mrs. Horace Sargent, and Miss Mary Lee Hogan were Durant visitors Wednesday afternoon.
Since the squirrel season opened May 15th there have been quite a few hunters out. The game is said to be quite plentiful.
Miss Audra Moffatt has returned to her home after attending S. T. C. all winter where she received her life certificate.
A large number of Caddo folks have enrolled for the summer term of S. T. C., all living at home and making the trip daily in cars.
W. O. Beck and family moved Monday to Durant to make their home. Their many friends in Caddo wish them happiness and prosperity.
Misses Helen Sargent, Margaret Jane McGraw, Ludie Mae Ware, Sewell Barber, and Mrs. Bill Smith have returned from an outing at Devil’s Den.
Mrs. Annie Hauer, Mrs. J. A. Wood, Mrs. Frankie Izard, Misses Mabel Hauer, and Sara Ellen Beck visited friends in Durant Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Alair left this week for Norman to make their home. Mr. Alair was principal of Caddo High School this year and made many friends while here.
Preston Snell of High, Texas, visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hogan. He was accompanied home by Mrs. Snell, who had been here several days.
Dr. Dale’s family moved this week to Atoka to make their home. Caddo regrets to lose this excellent family as citizens, but wishes them happiness in their new home and commends them to the people of Atoka.
Mr. and Mrs. Carraway and children from Mineola, Texas, were here last Friday, attending the graduation exercises at S. T. C., their daughter, Miss Minnie Alice, being one of the graduates. Their many friends here were glad to see them again.
Wilson McGraw, Bismark Rohde, Henry Herod, Horace Sargent, and Macon Smith are spending the week in the mountains east of Antlers where they will fish and hunt.
C. A. Wood took the F. F. O. boys on an outing on Simmons lake Tuesday afternoon. The boys caught lots of fish and fried them for supper; also caught several frogs. They report a good time.
Mrs. John Grewell and son Mack left Saturday for their home in Guthrie, Texas, after visiting friends in Caddo. They were accompanied home by Miss Mabel Alice Grewell who attended school here the past nine months.
Among those enrolled at S. T. C., Durant, are Messrs. S. L. Shofner, Melvin Hale, Edward Linch, Claud Schwartz, Max Meadows; Mesdames Bill Owens, Ralph Evans; Misses Mary Bob Wilson, Marguerite and Zuleika Boland, Vada Hale, Beth Moore, Permelia Rice, Pearl Lynch, Glenna Ruth Sawyer, Marinell Kuschke, Mary Lois Goddard, Hazel Meadows, and Mabel Hauer.